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1 Lecture 2: Variables & Assignments (Sections ,2.5) CS 1110 Introduction to Computing Using Python [E. Andersen, A. Bracy, D. Gries, L. Lee, S. Marschner, C. Van Loan, W. White]
2 CS 1110, Lecture 2 Announcements Sections  Start this week! Yay!  Please go only to the Section you are enrolled in  Need to Change your Section or your Lecture? See our Section Swapping Station on Piazza: Enrollment  Lots of turnover in the first week. Don t give up!  Perhaps another class meets your needs? 2
3 Things to do this week Lab 1: Read textbook Chapter , 2.5 Chapter Go to your registered section Complete lab handout You have one week to show your work: to TA by end of lab, or: in consulting hours up to 1 day before your lab, or: in TA (not professor) office hours (but student questions take precedence over this) to TA within first 10 minutes of next week s lab 3
4 Helping you succeed in this class Consultants. ACCEL Lab Green Room Daily office hours (see website) with consultants Very useful when working on assignments ENGRG 1010: AEW Workshops. Additional discussion course open to ALL students Runs parallel to this class optional See website Piazza. Online forum to ask/answer questions Go here first before ing questions Office Hours. Talk to the professors! Olin 128 between lectures 4
5 iclickers Fun! Interactive! Not for a grade; no need to register. 5
6 iclicker Warm Up: Using Python How do you Plan to use Python? A. I want to work mainly in the computer labs B. I want to use my own Windows computer C. I want to use my own Macintosh computer D. I want to use my own Linux computer E. I will use whatever I can get my hands on 6
7 From last time: Types Type: set of values & operations on them Type float: Values: real numbers Ops: +, , *, /, ** Type int: Values: integers Ops: +, , *, //, %, ** Type bool: Values: integers Ops: not, and, or Type str: Values: string literals Double quotes: abc Single quotes: abc Ops: + (concatenation) 7
8 Converting from one type to another Command: <type>(<value>) >>> float(2) 2.0 converts value 2 to type float converts value 2.6 to type int >>> int(2.6) 2 This kind of conversion is also called casting Different from type(<value>) type(<value>) tells you the type <type>(<value>) converts the type 8
9 Implicit (Automatic) Conversions Python sometimes converts types automatically Example: 1/2.0  evaluates to a float: internally: Step 1: Python casts 1 (an int) to 1.0 (a float) Step 2: Python evaluates 1.0/2.0 Behavior depends on whether the conversion is narrowing or widening 9
10 Variable width Types differ in how much information held Convert without losing information? floatàint (e.g., 4.7 to 4) intàfloat (e.g., 4 to 4.0) info lost seems ok Wide = more information capacity From narrow to wide: bool int float 10
11 Widening Conversion From a narrower type to a wider type Python does automatically if needed: Example: 1/2.0 evaluates to a float: 0.5 Example: True + 1 evaluates to an int: 2 True converts to 1 False converts to 0 Note: does not work for str Example: 2 + ab produces an error 11
12 Narrowing Conversion From a wider type to a narrower type Example: int(2.6) causes information to be lost Python never does this automatically Note: you can just always cast Instead of 1/2.0, can write float(1)/2.0 12
13 Types matter! You Decide: What is the right type for my data? When is the right time for conversion (if any) Zip Code as an int? Grades as an int? Lab Grades as a bool? What are your goals: Accuracy? Clarity? Fairness? 13
14 Operator Precedence What is the difference between: 2*(1+3) 2*1 + 3 add, then multiply multiply, then add Operations performed in a set order Parentheses make the order explicit What if there are no parentheses? à Operator Precedence: fixed order to processes operators when no parentheses 14
15 Precedence of Python Operators Exponentiation: ** Unary operators: + Binary arithmetic: * / % Binary arithmetic: + Comparisons: < > <= >= Equality relations: ==!= Precedence goes downwards Parentheses highest Logical ops lowest Same line = same precedence Read ties left to right (except for **) Example: 1/2*3 is (1/2)*3 Logical not Logical and Logical or Section 2.5 in your text See website for more info Major portion of Lab 1 15
16 Operators and Type Conversions Evaluate this expression: Operator Precedence Exponentiation: ** Unary operators: + Binary arithmetic: * / % Binary arithmetic: + Comparisons: < > <= >= Equality relations: ==!= Logical not Logical and Logical or 1/31/17 Variables & Assignments False / 3 A. 3 B. 3.0 C D. 2 E
17 Operators and Type Conversions Evaluate this expression: Operator Precedence Exponentiation: ** Unary operators: + Binary arithmetic: * / % Binary arithmetic: + Comparisons: < > <= >= Equality relations: ==!= Logical not Logical and Logical or 1/31/17 Variables & Assignments False / 3 False
18 New Tool: Variable Assignment An assignment statement: takes an expression evaluates it, and stores the value in a variable Example: variable >>> x = 5 equals sign (just one!) (read right to left) expression evaluates to 5 18
19 Executing Assignment Statements >>> x = 5 >>> Press ENTER and Hmm, looks like nothing happened But something did happen! Python assigned the value 5 to the variable x Internally (and invisible to you): memory location x 5 stored value 19
20 Retrieving Variables >>> x = 5 >>> x 5 >>> Press ENTER and Python tells me the stored value 20
21 In More Detail: Variables (Section 2.1) A variable is a named memory location (box) contains a value (in the box) Examples: Variable names must start with a letter (or _). x area Variable x, with value 5 (of type int) Variable area, w/ value 20.1 (of type float) The type belongs to the value, not to the variable. 1e2 is a float, but e2 is a variable name 21
22 In More Detail: Statements >>> x = 5 >>> Press ENTER and Hm, looks like nothing happened This is a statement, not an expression Tells the computer to DO something (not give a value) Typing it into >>> gets no response (but it is working) 22
23 Expressions vs. Statements Expression Represents something Python evaluates it End result is a value Examples: 2.3 (3+5)/4 x == 5 Value Complex Expression Statement Does something Python executes it Need not result in a value Examples: x = x = 5 Look so similar but they are not! 23
24 You can assign more than literals >>> x = 5 >>> x = 3.0 ** >>> x = 2 + x x gets 5 x gets the value of this expression x gets 2 plus the current value of x 24
25 Keeping Track of Variables Draw boxes on paper: >>> x = 5 New variable declared? >>> y = 3 Write a new box. x 5 y 3 7 Variable updated? >>> x = 7 Cross out old value. Insert new value. 25
26 Execute the Statement: x = x + 2 Draw variable x on piece of paper: x 5 1. Evaluate the expression x + 2 For x, use the value in variable x Write the expression somewhere on your paper 2. Store the value of the expression in x Cross off the old value in the box Write the new value in the box for x Did you do the same thing as your neighbor? If not, discuss. 26
27 Which one is closest to your answer? A. x 5 7 B. x 5 x 7 C. x 5 x 7 D. \_( )_/ x = x
28 And The Correct Answer Is A. x 5 7 B. x 5 x 7 C. x 5 x 7 D. \_( )_/ x = x
29 Execute the Statement: x = 3.0*x+1.0 Begin with this: x Evaluate the expression 3.0*x Store its value in x Did you do the same thing as your neighbor? If not, discuss. 29
30 Which one is closest to your answer? A. B. x 5 7 x x 22.0 C. x 5 7 x 22.0 D. \_( )_/ x = 3.0*x
31 And The Correct Answer Is A. B. x 5 7 x x 22.0 C. x 5 7 x 22.0 D. \_( )_/ x = 3.0*x
32 Executing an Assignment Statement The command: x = 3.0*x+1.0 Executing the command : 1. Evaluate right hand side 3.0*x Store the value in the variable x s box Requires both evaluate AND store steps Critical mental model for learning Python 32
33 Exercise 1: Understanding Assignment Begin with: Declare a new variable: >>> rate = 4 x rate 4 Execute this assignment: >>> rate = x / rate Did you do the same thing as your neighbor? If not, discuss. 33
34 Which one is closest to your answer? A. x rate B. x rate 4 rate 5.5 C. D. x x rate rate 4 5 E. \_( )_/ rate = x / rate 34
35 And The Correct Answer Is A. x rate B. x rate 4 rate 5.5 C. x D. x rate rate 4 5 rate = x / rate 35
36 Dynamic Typing Python is a dynamically typed language Variables can hold values of any type Variables can hold different types at different times The following is acceptable in Python: >>> x = 1 >>> x = x / 2.0 ç x contains an int value ç x now contains a float value Alternative: a statically typed language Examples: Java, C Each variable restricted to values of just one type 36
37 More Detail: Testing Types Command: type(<value>) Can test a variable: >>> x = 5 >>> type(x) <class 'int > Can test a type with a Boolean expression: >>> type(2) == int True 37
38 Exercise 2: Understanding Assignment Begin with: x rate Execute this assignment: >>> rat = x + rate Did you do the same thing as your neighbor? If not, discuss. 38
39 Which one is closest to your answer? A. x rate B. x rate rat 27.5 C. x D. x rate rate rat 27.5 E. \_( )_/ rat = x + rate 39
40 And The Correct Answer Is A. x rate B. x rate rat 27.5 C. x D. x rate rate rat 27.5 Spelling Matters! rat = x + rate 40
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